A few hours remain for Hoosiers to early vote
For those who have not taken part in the early voting process in Indiana, there are only a few hours left on Monday.
The polls opened at 8 a.m. and will close at noon ahead of the General Election on Tuesday.
Candidates on the ballot will make their final campaign stops on Monday in hopes to win over voters.
Presidential candidates Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump will be on the campaign trail. Both candidates will make stops in Raleigh, North Carolina and in Michigan.
Clinton is scheduled to speak at Grand Valley State University in Allendale, Michigan from 2 to 4 p.m.
She will talk about plans to create an economy that works for everyone and her vision for America.
Trump will be joined by VP candidate Mike Pence for a rally at Devo's Place at 11 p.m. in Grand Rapids.
Both of those events are free but those interested will need to get a ticket on each candidates website.
Gary Johnson and Jill Stein will also campaign but in other parts of the country.
Candidates running for Indiana Governor will have a busy day ahead also.
Indiana Lieutenant Governor Eric Holcomb who is running as the Republican candidate will speak at Don Hall's in Fort Wayne at 9:15 a.m. He will make an appearance at Lucchese's Italian Restaurant in Elkhart at 11:30 a.m. After several more appearances, he will conclude his day of campaigning in Indianapolis at 7 p.m. at Squealer's Award Winning Barbeque.
Democrat candidate John Gregg will kick off the day at one of his field offices in Fort Wayne at 10 a.m. He will be in New Albany at noon to greet and thank volunteers for their work. That will be at the New Albany Roadhouse. His stops for the day will conclude in Evansville at the local field office at 1 p.m.
It is unclear if Libertarian candidate Rex Bell will campaign on Monday. He suffered a stroke at a media event in Richmond last week and has been recovering in the hospital.
Both Indiana House of Representatives candidates had a busy weekend. Democrat candidate Lynn Coleman made appearances locally at the mall, South Bend Democratic Headquarters, Elkhart, and Plymouth.
Over the weekend Republican candidate Jackie Walorski made an appearance at a pancake breakfast in North Judson and also stopped in Pulaski County. Saturday she appeared in Goshen and her team also went door knocking and made phone calls.
It is expected both Coleman and Walorski will made last minute stops on Monday ahead of the election.